The Foundation believes that all children are born with great potential to learn, grow and contribute to their communities, but they need support and guidance along the way. In support of this belief, the Foundation focuses its grant making on three areas:

Reproductive Health: education, health services, and advocacy to prepare young people to develop healthy relationships and plan parenthood for the time in their lives when they are truly ready

College Success: intentionally mentoring young adults to and through college through supportive services in order to ensure graduation

Childhood Enrichment: diverse programs that enhance school and family experiences in order to support the development of happy, confident children into well-rounded, stable adults



Funding was provided to implement the Trauma Smart program in Head Start classrooms, which will teach children, parents and educators coping strategies and techniques to handle complex behaviors caused by trauma.
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